Whilst we wait for the big-hitters like MSI, Asus, LG and Samsung to get official with their Android tablets, we are having to make do with releases from lesser known manufacturers such as Malata, Rover Computers, and now, Interpad.

The German manufacturer has unveiled its Android 10-incher, that it plans on releasing in its home country later this year.

Running the Eclair (2.1) OS variety, the tablet is powered by a 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 T20 Cortex-A9 dual core chip - Nvidia had previously shown off an Android tablet running on this chipset at Google I/O.

Also on board this potential iPad botherer is 1GB of DDR2 RAM, 16GB of flash storage (with microSD expansion capabilities), a USB port (see, it isn't that difficult Steve), HDMI output, and a 3900mAh battery.

We're not sure if the Interpad will be available outside of Germany, but we do know that it is likely to cost around 399 euros (£334). Ebay could well be your best bet if you want one as soon as they come out.

Are you onboard the tablet express yet? Did Apple pluck you early with the iPad, or are you holding out for an Android tab from one of the electronic big-guns? Let us know using the comments below.